"Kevin, I knew from the day we met that I had made the right choice. I will definitely recommend you to everyone I can...I cannot begin to express my deepest gratitude."


J. Solis- September, 2012


"Mr. Stouwie, I want you to know that my loved ones and I are very satisfied with your services. In my opinion, everything you did was perfect. You went above and beyond in your efforts to gain my freedom. I thank you for never giving up on me."


G. Flores - August, 2012


"Thank you so very much for winning my freedom back...My whole family says thank you as well...We made it!"


T. Morris - August, 2012


"Thank you for your hard work. I'm very grateful for having my son back."


M. Nguyen - June, 2012


"I'm stuck on WOW!!! During our interview, we discussed not expecting a miracle this go around. Repeat offender, two 18 year sentences, running cc, and you made my first parole! I'll be serving right at two years on this. UNBELIEVEABLE!...I'm just so grateful to you and your office for helping me gain my freedom...Nothing I can write on this paper could begin to express my gratitude."


Catherine B. - April, 2012


"I was granted the FI-2 and of course I am overjoyed and I want to thank you for all your assistance...I will recommend your services to others who may need trusted assistance in their (parole) review process."


T. Chau - March, 2012


"Thank you for all your help! May your family be blessed and you law office prosper and succeed. My freedom is precious and I shall not take it for granted."


​B. Henderson - November 2011

Attorney Kevin Stouwie chooses to focus his law practice on representing Texas prison inmates seeking early release through parole because he believes people can learn from past mistakes and society as a whole benefits when former inmates receive opportunities to build new lives.

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Managing Outside Issues

Legal issues are not suspended simply because a person is incarcerated. If an inmate's spouse wants a divorce or if an inmate is otherwise being sued, these matters must still be addressed. Most Texas prisons offer extensive legal resources, including law libraries and notary services. For indigent inmates, state-sponsored legal help may be available to assist with appeals, petitions, immigration matters, and other legal issues. Inmates also may receive visits from private attorneys, subject to certain limitations, for both criminal and non-criminal matters. As part of our commitment to helping inmates and providing information for families, we can help you recognize what legal issues you are facing and provide referrals to qualified and respected counsel in the appropriate areas of practice.

Contact an Attorney Who is Committed to Helping Texas Inmates

It can be all too easy to become overwhelmed with the stress of incarceration. However, you do not need to face it alone. Our team at the Law Office of Kevin Stouwie is committed to providing inmates and their families the support they need to move through incarceration and ultimately gain their freedom. To that end, we serve inmates at more than 100 correctional facilities through the state of Texas. Call our office today at 855-727-6533 or contact us online. We conduct in-custody visits with inmates for only a nominal fee.

INFORMATION FOR PRISONERS IN TEXAS

Managing Yourself During Incarceration

Adapting to prison life challenges anyone, but learning the rules early can help avoid trouble that can surface as an issue during parole review. The world does not stop while you are incarcerated, and you may still have outside issues that you need to confront even while you are incarcerated. Texas correctional facilities offer the necessary tools to help you cope, so long as you understand what resources are available and the rules and limitations that govern them. Our team at the Law Office of Kevin Stouwie is proud to provide information for prisoners and to help east the transition to a period of incarceration with an eye toward attaining parole and release.

Prison Rules of Conduct

Routines and rules are a major part of prison life. By understanding and abiding by these rules, inmates can earn credits for good behavior and have a better chance of receiving parole sooner:


  • PERSONAL GROOMING - Inmates must maintain personal hygiene and brush their teeth daily. Male inmates must keep hair trimmed in conventional styles. Male inmates may not have facial hair. Fingernails must be trimmed and rounded.

  • DRESS CODE - Inmates receive three sets of prison uniforms. Pant legs and collars must me left loose.

  • COMMON AREA RULES - Inmates receive 20 minutes to eat at a designated seat in the cafeteria. Inmates receive one shower each day and may not save stalls for other inmates. Inmates must remain seated in the dayroom and may choose a television channel by majority vote or other established procedure. No electronics, linens, or heating elements are allowed. Inmates may not make contact with the fence while in the recreation yard and must be fully dressed. Organized recreational activity must be approved and allowable physical contact is limited to such activity.